The paper, titled “Further Pieces of Evidence to the Pulmonary Origin of Sevoflurane Escaping to the Operating Room During General Anaesthesia,” appeared in Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics and came from a group at various institutions in Harbin, China.
But according to the retraction notice, the further pieces weren’t really further, after all:
The authors retract this article as it has plagiarized following article: Endotracheal tube cuff inflation with and without a pressure gauge to minimise sevoflurane pollution during intermittent positive pressure ventilation. Belam Tanko, Bela Fulesdi, Laszlo Novak, Csaba Peto and Csilla Molnar. Eur J Anaesthesiol 31:172–180. Published onlinem27 November 2013.
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